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Thursday, March 21, 2013


The Ducks came out and played defense like the dickens against an over matched OSU team, setting the tempo and tenor for the day.

Oregon was the quicker team, no doubt, or at least more primed for this matchup.

My Ducks were never really threatened, as Oregon's coaching and senior leadership, combined with the stellar play of freshmen Damyean Dotson and Dominic Artis, caused that house of cards from Stillwater to collapse; to suddenly become stillborn.

Next:  St. Louis, a better team than OSU, but beatable.

I may yet wish Oregon into the Sweet 16.

Can't wait!


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